"Quebec’s rivers may soon be full of floating dead fish. The culprit is chloran, a highly toxic pesticide planted in the soil of our farms.
In Quebec, chloran being planted on over half a million acres, seeping into rivers, poisoning water insects that are critical food for frogs, fish and birds. Chloran is poisoning our rivers. Quickly.
We know that the Quebec government is serious about getting toxic chemicals off the fields as it has already begun enforcing Health Canada’s neonics ban before the deadline. A huge outcry from you now can prevent disaster for our waterways."